Calling an existing Web service from Tuxedo is easy—See for yourself
By R A Sanyal on Mar 14, 2013
Find out how easy it can be to invoke an existing web service from Tuxedo. Check out the YouTube video with Maurice Gamanho, Oracle SALT: Calling Web Service, which includes a live demo starting with an actual web service interface and ending with an application calling it.
Oracle SALT, the Web services gateway for Tuxedo, provides transparent, reliable access to existing Oracle Tuxedo services as standard Web services and enables Tuxedo applications to call standard Web services in a high-performance, easy-to-use, and configuration-driven model.
In this video, you will see a step by step demo that shows how Oracle Tuxedo applications can call external Web services as Tuxedo services, with the gateway seamlessly transforming the call using SOAP over HTTP protocol. Some of the many benefits include:
· Widespread access to applications using Web services without any Web services specific coding
· Interoperability among distributed applications that span diverse hardware and software platforms
· Improved performance, scalability, reliability, and standard support
In addition to the benefits mentioned above, the Oracle SALT gateway is also helpful when it comes to configuring extra features such as security, encryption, transactions, reliable messaging, and proxy settings. Oracle SALT uses the Oracle Tuxedo security framework for authentication, protects point-to-point transactions using Secure Socket Layer (SSL) protocols, and can route traffic through SOCKS proxies.
Web Page: Tuxedo Page on Oracle.com
YouTube Video: Oracle SALE: Calling Web Service